CALIPSO took its three-billionth photo -- actually a 'lidar profile' -- on June 2.
Hands-on activities make understanding the carbon cycle easier for teachers of all levels.
NASA interns are walking the "go green" walk this Earth Day as they present their end-of-term projects online.
NASA scientists conducting an airborne Arctic campaign to monitor changes in sea ice and ice sheet thickness have a new tool -- a second aircraft.
NASA, NOAA and the NSF have joined forces in an effort to streamline climate education into something that is relatable, recognizable and effective.
Researchers have found that energy in the atmosphere carried to the poles through large weather systems is causing accelerated warming.
NASA researchers are testing biofuel on a DC-8 to measure its performance and emissions.
For more than 10 years, seventh graders at Houston, Pa., have helped NASA scientists make sure satellites are identifying clouds correctly.
MACPEX -- the Mid-latitude Airborne Cirrus Properties Experiment -- is an airborne field campaign that aims to answer some major questions about clouds.
Earth Science Division Director Mike Freilich addressed NASA Langley employees on Thursday in response to large-scale cuts to the proposed President’s 2012 federal budget, which directly affect the CLARREO mission, among other programs.